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  1. The Creativity (R)Evolution Denise R. Jacobs UX Week San Francisco, CA 12 September 2014
  2. SQUEEEEEE!!!!!
  3. @denisejacobs #uxweek #creativityrevolution
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  5. When 1 ≠ 1
  6. Darwin’s wing man
  7. A Sneeze of laughter
  8. Course change Photo: Denise Jacobs
  9. Today. Now.
  10. Conferences = potential for change
  11. Ideas are sparked
  12. New social networks
  13. The initial excitement about the new
  14. Taken over by old habits
  15. How to take it home? Sustain it? Continue it?
  16. Photo by Derek Kearney About me
  17. The Creative
  18. is key
  19. I’m not the only one who thinks so…
  20. A Creativity (R)Evolution!
  21. All gatherings are opportunities
  22. Nurture the Creative Spark
  23. The Roots of (R)Evolution
  24. Creative? Me! Yes! &
  25. Creative? Child, please
  26. Creative? Um, maybe?
  27. “Creativity is all about making connections and seeing patterns.” Bruce Nussbaum, Creativity Intelligence
  28. What is the “creative spark”?
  29. Everyone has it
  30. Umair Haque
  31. “The sum total of human effort can add up to not merely more, but to Better.” Umair Haque, Betterness: Economics for Humans
  32. Betterness? Betterness!!
  33. (R)Evolution ≠ Revolution
  34. The Foundation
  35. Our role model: the coral polyp
  36. Builds rich environments
  37. Creates new land forms
  38. Tiny Habits
  39. The structure
  40. 2 modifications 1. In the positive 2. Present tense
  41. Anchor to a current habit
  42. Congratulate yourself
  43. Feel Good = Neuroscience
  44. Big results
  45. From Spark to Flame
  46. Two levels
  47. The Personal
  48. Are you a terrorist to yourself?
  49. “Obsessing about preventing bad things from happening also prevents good things from happening, or sometimes prevents anything from happening at all.” Scott Berkun, The Year Without Pants
  50. You are the gateway
  51. It’s all about you being “self-ful”
  52. Self-ful-ness Caring for your own welfare so that you are able to care for the welfare of others.
  53. The Oxygen Mask Theory
  54. Love what you do. Do what you love.
  55. “The only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Steve Jobs, 2005 Stanford Commencement speech
  56. By nurturing your own spark
  57. You’ll begin to open up
  58. And then magic happens
  59. Self-ful transforms
  60. To Self-less
  61. “One of the best ways to make yourself happy is to make other people happy. One of the best ways to make other people happy is to be happy yourself.” Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project
  62. How?
  63. Recognize your brilliance
  64. DO NOT focus on your weaknesses
  65. You will only improve 10-15 % (and it will be painful) Tom Rath, Strengths Finder 2.0
  66. Enjoy + Good at + Feeling Empowered
  67. = Empowered Play
  68. aka = Flow
  69. R-E-S-P-E-C-T
  70. Shift into the habits you want to develop
  71. The Case of the Reluctant Speaker
  72. “Who, me? Really? Sure…” Amanda Dameron, upon being invited to keynote UX Week
  73. “Me -- a speaker ? Oh, no.” Jenna Foreman, upon being asked if she was a speaker at UX Week
  74. You’re about to be @Boonerang-ed
  75. Know your goals, like Justin Photo: Julian Harty
  76. Homework: Write a talk description Think of several topics you are a bad-ass in. Write up 1-2 talk descriptions based on your interests and expertise. Share them with your partner in one month.
  77. Homework: Tiny Habits to Nurture the Spark Think of 1-2 tiny habits you will do to nurture the sparks ignited at this conference.
  78. Check in date: 10 October 2014
  79. Doing this is the first step
  80. Recognize & support your spark
  81. This is about something greater
  82. Your attitude is a contagion
  83. Happiness is contagious Each happy friend increased an individual's probability of being happy by 9 percent. Even perfect strangers three degrees of separation away— friends of friends of friends—exerted a significant uplifting influence Unhappy people at the center of the network are more likely than those at the periphery to become happy in the future.
  84. Your change will spread beyond you
  85. The Social
  86. We need to get our group on Photo: Denise Jacobs
  87. Mo’ people, mo’ creativity
  88. Building 20 at MIT
  89. Escape your silo
  90. Listen. No, really listen
  91. Be the one that starts the process
  92. Be like Molly
  93. Be the locus where ideas can mix & mingle
  94. “Getting people together is easy, but having a culture of getting them to be good at building upon each other’s ideas is hard.” David Kelly, Founder of IDEO
  95. Over lunch in 1994,_Inc.
  96. Monsters, Inc was born
  97. “Creativity is social….Instead (of brainstorming) you need ‘magic circles,’ small teams of people who trust each other, are familiar with each other, and play together.” Bruce Nussbaum, Creativity Intelligence
  98. Improve with Improv
  99. Start where you are
  100. Accept the offer + fully commit
  101. Use this structure
  102. Make your partner(s) look good
  103. “Play is how we invent and experiment.” Josh Clarke, The Web Gets Real, UX Week
  104. Let’s play!
  105. Builds trust
  106. Collaborations get increasingly stronger
  107. Photo: Denise Jacobs Eating my own dogfood: Improv class!
  108. Homework: Tiny Habit of Creative Collaboration Think of 1-2 tiny habits you will do to cultivate a culture of creative collaboration around you.
  109. Check in date: 10 November 2014
  110. Viva La (R)Evolution!
  111. Creative power to the people!
  112. This is about imagination, plus Photo: Denise Jacobs
  113. Personal fulfillment (aka Happiness)
  114. Team and company creating Betterness
  115. “Betterness can't happen if you're spending your life churning out toxic junk. It can only happen when more meaningful work is done.” Umair Haque, Betterness: Economics for Humans
  116. Bigger than just yourself
  117. It’s about You + Others
  118. Eudaimonia = Human flourishing
  119. “Happiness is not just a mood—it’s a work ethic…..Happiness is actually the precursor to success.” Shawn Achor, The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work
  120. At the close of UX Week, with you
  121. Encourage the eco-system
  122. Remember that we can create better together
  123. “We don’t have to invent anything; it’s already all around us.” Josh Clarke, The Web Gets Real, UX Week
  124. We can evolve creatively
  125. Make the switch
  126. “You have the power to…make the world a better place to dwell.” Amanda Dameron, Universal Design: Does it Matter? UX Week
  127. I am the lone nut dancing
  128. Because I sincerely believe this
  129. that you want to see in the world
  130. And finally…
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  134. THE CREATIVE DOSE A Creativity + Innovation Collective Work Better. Create More. Create Betterness. Creative Thinking & Problem-solving Applying an Innovation Mindset Creative Collaboration Team Communication & Cohesion @thecreativedose “Untitled” by Americo Morales